It’s being killed.
This is a quote from author and naturalist Paul Rosolie on the rain forest which is burning.
I came upon this photo in a travel magazine. It kindles dreams of visiting the rain forest someday. I’m not sure it will still be there when I get there. If it’s not there, it will be the least of my worries.
Green is the dream, you can’t get back from black.
Occasionally, I will leaf through a bohemian chic catalog and see what the models are wearing. This necklace is inspired by a simple necklace I saw in Anthropologie. I began a more complicated version, consisting of individually woven leafy twigs built upon a woven chain. Before I realized what I was doing, it was too late to turn back. 20″
One of the nicer things I’ve made with beads I didn’t know what to do with. Right angle woven bracelet, two button closure. 8″ x 2″
Two layers of beading around drapery cord. The base layer is a netting upon which I anchored the second layer with alternating loops of green. Feels like a caterpillar on your neck, except without the brown spittle. 22″.